these results. how does it play out ultimately? all of their convictions could be thrown out, and many of them, by the way, are the no just drug criminals, they are violent criminals. you might have had one drug count in the conviction, but it could have been a rape prosecution or a murder prosecution, so this is an enormous, enormous scandal and danger to the public. >> yeah. >> in massachusetts. >> i mean, 34,000 cases going all the way back to 2003, and in one case this convicted rapist whose bail was reduced after the scandal was released and is now a fugitive, and you're saying the public should be alarmed in case of these dangerous people out there. >> well, they should, and i think, you know, some people are going to come forward and say well, you know, all right. they will just throw out the drug count, but if he's in for rape he'll stay in for rape. well, not true, because how do we know the jury wasn't influenced by the fact that the guy was a drug dealer or possessed drugs in evaluating his credibility on the rape or murder or whatever other charge there was?